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WHERE TO GET MARRIED IN CORSICA AND ITALY?


 

Take your wedding vows in one of the most beautiful Italian and Corsican locations and celebrate the most memorable day of your life with your dear ones. One of the first questions that pops up in your mind when discussing your wedding ceremony is definitely the location. You can rely on our team to understand your desires and meet your expectations. Noces Italiennes’ mission is to organise weddings in the most magical and privileged locations of Corsica, the region of Puglia or even Tuscany.


 

Noces Italiennes, your wedding planner, accompanies you step by step during


your wedding preparation for you to celebrate your love story in the most


stunning setting.

a close link
Trilingual team
an exceptionnal wedding
a local expertise

 

Let yourself be guided by our team’s expertise and discover


the best features of three dream destinations to say “I do”!


 

ON PUGLIA’S ROAD …


If the heel of the Italian boot is still one of the least known regions of Italy, it remains an incredibly beautiful and authentic region. Somewhere between the Adriatic and Ionian sea, this Italian peninsula is famous for its alleys of olive trees and the beauty of its beaches, offering a panorama of diversified and usual villages and colours. The village of Alberobello is a must during your visit; you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy a unique experience by spending a few nights in a Trullo, a traditional Apulian dry stone house with its conical roof. You can also grab this chance to visit the white city of Ostuni and its pretty masserie, fortified Apulian farmhouses on an estate or Polignano a mare, nicknamed “Balcony with a sea view”, and its dizzying village with a cliff overlooking the Adriatic Sea.


The south of Puglia is getting more and more popular for the beauty of its heavenly beaches. Depending on your mood, you can dive into the turquoise waters of the Baia dei Turchi and the Maldives of Salento for a swim or relax on the fine and sandy beaches of Porto Cesaro. If you want to go on excursions, let yourself be tempted by a boat ride with your partner or your friends to explore Puglia’s caves with a mask and a scuba for snorkelling lovers. The towns in Southern Puglia are no less than real open-air museums with cathedrals and castles everywhere. The town of Lecce is famous for its Baroque style of architecture and colourful alleys. The small country roads will lead you to the discovery of typical Italian villages where you’ll have the opportunity to taste some local specialities such as the "pittule" or the "pasticciotti" as gourmet pleasures. The historic centres of Otranto and Gallipoli are also worth a visit if you want to learn more about the salentine culture and eat seafood dishes.


Puglia: A destination for nature and discovery lovers!

 

BENVENUTI IN TOSCANA !


There’s a reason why Florence tops the list of the most visited cities in the world. Its hilly landscapes and artistic masterpieces make it a romantic destination for a wedding in Tuscany or a couples’ getaway. Tuscany offers a panorama of breath-taking views with its historical monuments and their contrasting colours. The cypress hills and splendid Tuscan villages are representatives of Italian wonders in a calm and serene atmosphere. Florence is one of the region’s gems thanks to its museums dedicated to Renaissance artistic masterpieces, its gardens and cathedrals and of course, Ponte Vecchio! Wander through the wineries a few kilometres from there to one of the best wine producing regions: Chianti. Located between Florence and Siena, this is a not to miss stop for all epicureans as you will be immersed in an enchanting location overlooking the Tuscan countryside.


You can go on to discover the impressive Tower of Pisa and enjoy a mesmerising panoramic view on top of the 57 metre tower. Culminate your trip on the banks of the Arno and stroll along the river to discover the aligning palaces. The Medieval City of Siena will make you travel back in time through its singular architecture of the Middle Ages. Get lost in its cobbled streets to discover the magnificent heritage of the old town and its Palazzo Pubblico. The village of San Gimignano, a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its fortified ruins and numerous squares, is also one of Tuscany’s must-see landscapes. As far as the gastronomy is concerned, the “bistecca alla fiorentina”, a Florentine style steak, tops the list of local specialities not to miss as well as l’art de vivre in Tuscany while having a good glass of wine in a farmhouse.


Tuscany: A destination for culture and food lovers!

 

AN UNFORGETTABLE ESCAPE ON THE ISLE OF BEAUTY!


With an area of nearly 9000 square kilometres which is home to natural reserves and islands with clear water-seas, the jewel of Mediterranean coast offers a postcard-like décor for a wedding in Corsica or a stay by the sea. Somewhere between beaches and mountains, the Corsican maquis opens doors to beaten paths leading to the secrets of colourful villages and citadels. Bastia, the capital of Northern Corsica, is the gateway to discover the gastronomy and culture of Corsica. Make the most of the proximity of its small villages to enjoy breath-taking views from the heights of Corsica and to escape to the waterfalls of Ucelluline and Buccatoghju. The beautiful villages of Saint Florent and Peri are beautiful discoveries to make in the region.


The Gulf of Ajaccio is the second point of departure to discover Southern Corsica. Sailing towards the Iles Sanguinaires archipelago or “The Blood Islands” is an absolute must during your stay. Follow Bonaparte’s footsteps to discover the treasure of his hometown. The South of Corsica is also famous for the beauty of its wild coves and crystal clear beaches that offer a heavenly panorama in the midst of a wild and mountainous scenery. The exceptional beaches of Palombaggia, Saint Cyprien, Ovu Santu or Santa Giulia will immerse you into an earthly paradise. Treat yourself with an island getaway to discover the Lavezzzi Islands from Bonifaccio and enjoy its magnificent limestone cliffs. Drive along the mountain roads of Southern Corsica and delight in the breath-taking view of the Aiguilles de Bavella. If you’re in an adventurous mood, do try the activities of the region: canyoning, rafting or trekking. End your day right with some cutting boards of local meat and cheese as a gourmet aperitif.


Corsica: A destination for nature and scenery lovers!